Malcolm McNeill - ACIPN Network CoordinatorMalcolm McNeill is a psychological assistant and CISM Coordinator who has dedicated his focus of study to the wellbeing and resilience training of public safety personnel.


Malcolm holds a B.Sc. (Hon) in Psychology from the University of Toronto. He is an ICISF Approved Instructor for courses; “Assisting Individuals in Crisis,” “Group Crisis Intervention,” and “Psychological Body Armor™ for Emergency Services and Healthcare.”


Malcolm has a current Certificate in Critical Incident Stress Management (CCISM) from The University of Marilyn Baltimore County. He is the Network Coordinator for ICISFCanada and a CISM Coordinator for the Alberta Critical Incident Peer Network. He supports nine CISM teams in the areas of first responder, hospital and corporate based. Malcolm provides consultation to organizations interested in developing CISM peer support programs, has extensive experience coordinating peer support activations and has direct experience in facilitating crisis interventions.


Malcolm is a co-author of a 2022 published peer-reviewed research study showing highfidelity CISM programs’ positive effects on the mental health of first responders in Canada. He is currently engaged in three other research projects, funded through government grants, in collaboration with the University of Regina and CIPSRT. The research focuses on different aspects of delivering public safety mental wellness programs and their effectiveness.


Since 2017, Malcolm has co-trained over 3000 front-line and 200 leaders in public safety and healthcare in the CISM Peer Support model across Canada.

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